Operation Red Wings

Conditions: Clear Skies, 60 Deg F

This Thursday morning began with 6 PAX posting at Hill City. Delta and Prosciutto met up at the Italian’s residence for a little clown car car-pool action, but YHC needed the extra 15 minutes in the fartsack and ended up having to make the trek to Hill city on his own. YHC has been out of town on a little vacation and missed the past two posts…one of those posts happened to be Memorial Day so what better way to make up his absence on such a glorious day than to honor our heroes with a little MURPH action? FNG Rainman didn’t know what he was getting himself into, but he showed true courage and had himself one hell of a day (Excellent work Rainman).

 

Here’s what went down:

 

THE THANG:

The workout started with a little disclaimer and a short 0.5 mile mosey to The Walking Bridge via Manufacturers Blvd. and Frazier Ave. Upon, arrival at The Walking Bridge YHC instructed the PAX that we were going to be doing the Murph Challenge to honor our Veterans for Memorial Day.

 

Here’s a little summary of the Murph Challenge at Hill City:

 

  • 0.5 Mile Mosey (Hold Plank until 6 arrives)
  • Carolina Dry Docks / OYO x 25
  • Merkins / OYO x 50
  • Squats / OYO x 75
  • 0.5 Mile Mosey (Hold Plank until 6 arrives)
  • Carolina Dry Docks / OYO x 25
  • Merkins / OYO x 50
  • Squats / OYO x 75
  • 0.5 Mile Mosey (Hold Plank until 6 arrives)
  • Carolina Dry Docks / OYO x 25
  • Merkins / OYO x 50
  • Squats / OYO x 75
  • 0.5 Mile Mosey (Hold Plank until 6 arrives)
  • Carolina Dry Docks / OYO x 25
  • Merkins / OYO x 50
  • Squats / OYO x 75

 

TOTALS: 2 Miles, 100 x Carolina Dry Docks, 200 x Merkins, 300 x Squats

 

MARY

LBC’s / IC x 15

V-Ups / OYO x 15

Hello Dolly’s / IC x 15

Freddy Mercury’s / IC x 15

Pickle Pounders / IC x 15

 

COT – Countoff, Nameorama, Shoutouts/Requests, Prayer

 

Prayer Requests: Angus’s Family (they’re having a baby), Prosciutto’s friend (kidney dialysis, cancer), Laces Out’s Cousin (Cancer), Early Bird’s Mom (Laser Eye Surgery)

 

“Anything worth doing is worth over-doing”

 

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